Bets on two or more goals for Arjen Robben, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Robert Lewandowksi could see you double your money this weekend while there could also be goals ahead for Mainz and Bremen.
Friday, March 23rd
VfL Wolfsburg v Hamburg (7.30pm)
Home win: 19/20 Draw: 13/5 Away win: 13/5
Key stat: Hamburg have conceded three or more goals in four of their last five Bundesliga games.
Betting tip: Things have gone from bad to worse for Hamburg in the Bundesliga of late with Thorsten Fink’s side without a win in five Bundesliga games. Wolfsburg meanwhile have hit a decent patch of form in the league, having gone three games unbeaten and with their last two wins producing three goals apiece. Backing Wolfsburg to score three or more at odds of 27/10 certainly makes sense.
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Saturday, March 24th
Borussia Monchengladbach v Hoffenheim (2.30pm)
Home win: 13/20 Draw: 27/10 Away win: 17/4
Key stat: Gladbach have been leading at half time in four of their last five games.
Betting tip: Hoffenheim have proven vulnerable to first half goals in recent weeks, with seven of the last ten they have conceded in the Bundesliga coming in the first period of their games. Facing off against a Monchengladbach side unbeaten in sixteen games at Borussia Park, the home side are clear favourites for a victory and are available at odds of 3/2 to be winning at half time and full time.
Bayern Munich v Hannover 96 (2.30pm)
Home win: 9/50 Draw: 6/1 Away win: 23/2
Key stat: Arjen Robben has scored seven goals in his last four games for Bayern Munich
Betting tip: Mario Gomez may be leading the scoring charts but Arjen Robben is also in fine goalscoring form for FC Hollywood, having bagged five in his last two league games. Backing Robben to score two or more goals at 7/2 looks a safe punt here, particularly with the Dutchman scoring three in his last two games against Hannover 96 at the Allianz Arena.
Mainz 05 v Hertha Berlin (2.30pm)
Home win: 7/10 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 4/1
Key stat: Four of Mainz 05’s last five wins at home have seen over 3.5 combined goals scored
Betting tip: The arrival of veteran Otto Rehhagel has done little to stem the flow of goals at the wrong end for Hertha, who shipped six against Bayern last weekend. Without a win in eight games away from home, their prospects look bleak against a Mainz 05 side with a sold home record that has brought two draws and five wins from their last seven games. Backing the hosts to win with over 3.5 goals certainly looks worth a shout at 15/4.
SC Freiburg v Kaiserslautern (2.30pm)
Home win: Evens Draw: 23/10 Away win: 11/4
Key stat: Kaiserslautern have conceded an average of two goals a game over their last six Bundesliga matches.
Betting tip: Without a win in 16 Bundesliga games, Kaiserslautern’s league form remains a major source of concern and that looks unlikely to change against a Freiburg side enjoying a good run of form in the Bundesliga with two wins and a draw from their last three games. Backing the hosts to score exactly two goals at 5/2 looks a good bet to follow.
Werder Bremen v Augsburg (2.30pm)
Home win: 4/5 Draw: 11/4 Away win: 7/2
Key stat: Augsburg have seen over 3.5 combined goals scored in each of their last three away games
Betting tip: Thomas Schaaf’s side have never been shy of goals having notched up three in their last victory at home against a competent Hannover 96 side. It represented the third win in four at home for Bremen in which three or more goals were scored and backing over 3.5 goals here could prove wise at odds of 9/5.
Schalke 04 v Bayer Leverkusen (5.30pm)
Home win: 19/20 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 27/10
Key stat: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has scored five goals in his last three games
Betting tip: Huntelaar remains the man to watch for the Royal Blues, with recent weeks proving particularly prolific for the Dutchman. The striker has enjoyed a fine run of form at the Veltins Arena in particular, with nine goals scored in the club’s last four home games. With this equating to an average of over two goals a game, backing Huntelaar to score two or more here at odds of 11/2 is among the best bets this weekend.
Sunday, March 25th
VfB Stuttgart v Nuremberg (2.30pm)
Home win: 4/5 Draw: 13/5 Away win: 13/4
Key stat: Stuttgart have scored two goals in the first half of three of their last four games
Betting tip: Stuttgart have been flying out of the blocks of late with six of the last eight goals they have scored coming in the first half of their last four league games. Backing Bruno Labbadia’s men to score a first half brace against a Nuremberg side who have conceded two first half goals in their last two league outings looks good value for money at 19/4.
FC Cologne v Borussia Dortmund (4.30pm)
Home win: 23/4 Draw: 333/100 Away win: 9/20
Key stat: Robert Lewandowski has scored three goals in his last two appearances against Cologne.
Betting tip: Lewandowski has a good record against Cologne and with Dortmund racking up 11 goals in their last four games against Sunday’s opponents, the Polish striker will be eager to add to his tally for the season. Lewandowski’s last two goals came as part of a brace against Hannover 96 and after scoring two against Stale Solbakken’s team last time out, backing him at odds of 13/4 to score two or more could be a shrewd move.
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